We come to this world knowing not what to expect. We are vulnerable, inexperienced and dependent on our parents first. Then we start to grow “learning life” and from life. Lots of people asked the famous question: why do we come to this world crying? And many said that it is because life is difficult.
But you can cry out of anger, joy, relief, you can cry out of so many reasons. The tears of a newborn may be the tears of joy and fear of the unknown. We are both happy and afraid of the world and life we are coming to.
Life is both beautiful and complex at the same time.
Sometimes life is a struggle, it is difficult, exhausting, emotionally draining. But remember:
Always be a fighter.
Prove yourself that you are a good and strong fighter. You will have many challenges to face. You will make many friends, but just as many enemies. You will definitely not always be happy, but accept whatever life brings you because it will make you stronger.
“You will be happy, said life, but first I’ll make you strong.”
Take off your rose-tinted glasses.
You cannot always see good everywhere. Do not deny the bad and negative things in life. It won’t make you an optimist, it’s not okay. You need to accept everything that happens: both good and bad, everything has its meaning and purpose.
Life is unpredictable. Get used to it.
You never know what will happen next, and it’s okay to be overwhelmed when something very unpredictable happens. Life is full of surprises, it takes some time to get used to it. Understand that there are things that are simply out of your control, so you shouldn’t worry about them.
Take the lessons life gives you.
Whenever you are going through a difficult period, just remember that there is a lesson to be learned from what is happening to you. Try to find this lesson in everything that happens to you, and learn from every situation you find yourself in.
Bad things sometimes happen for a reason.
It can be difficult to understand, but sometimes even bad things happen for a good reason. Maybe we need to get stronger, maybe we need to rethink something.
It’s all part of life. But what doesn’t kill makes you stronger. Do not give up. Over time, you will learn to find happiness and strength.
Written By Tyara Wolf
Psychology and Personal Development